Untitled [First Aid To The Injured]
- Catalogue number
- Art.IWM ART 17167
- Art and Popular Design
- Production date
- Place made
- Great Britain
- Support: paper
- medium: ink
- Support: Height 765 mm, Width 561 mm
- Mount: Height 830 mm, Width 634 mm
- Alternative names
- object category: drawing
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image: a black line drawing isolated in the centre of an oversized page. The drawing depicts a fireman with a shovel next to a campfire. The flames are rising high above the fireman's head to form a cloud of smoke, wood, furniture, fencing and household goods.
This drawing is part of a series produced by the artist following the discovery of a book called 'First Aid To The Injured' and the artist's subsequent research at the Imperial War Museum. Through a process of re-drawing the artist manipulates and combines these instructive illustrations to explore traces of the surreal in modern mechanised conflict.
from a set of 28 Untitled drawings exhibited at the museum in 1999: 'Heavier Than Air'
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